Intel Bulletin Warns of ISIS Urging Jihad Attacks Against U.S. Soldiers at Home

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An intelligence bulletin warns of radical Islamic extremists trying to encourage followers to seek out and murder U.S. military personnel at their homes.

Trace Gallagher reported on “The Kelly File” that the bulletin from the Central Florida Intelligence Exchange is based on credible sources and an uptick in chatter on Internet forums.

Terror groups are encouraging lone wolf terrorists to carry out the murders on American soil, the bulletin warns, saying they will likely be spontaneous, ambush-style attacks, similar to the machete attack of a British soldier in 2013.

The bulletin also cites a Twitter post, which instructed jihadists to use social media to find soldiers’ names and addresses…



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